The highly anticipated heavyweight unification fight will take place in Cardiff, the winner takes all heavyweight bout will be held at the Principality Stadium on Saturday, March 31st.
Joshua and Parker are putting their IBF, WBA Super, IBO, and WBO belts on the line, as well as their unbeaten records. The fight will put the winner within touching distance of becoming the first undisputed heavyweight champion of the world since Lennox Lewis in 1999.
Cardiff will be subject to a full city centre road closure for the clash with a sell-out crowd of over 65,000, predicted to be in attendance. The local authorities have advises all ticket holders to plan their travel before purchasing, as late-night train services will be very limited due to planned engineering works on the railway and the road network set to be very hectic.
The clash will be available to watch on Sky Sports Box Office for an expected fee of £19.99 with tickets at the Principality Stadium going for between £40 and a whopping £600, the undercards are expected to start at 5.10pm with the main event set to begin at 10.30pm (subject to confirmation).
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